Lufuno Mavhunga, a 15-year-old South African teen, committed suicide after being harassed relentlessly by her classmates and being branded ugly and beaten live on Facebook.
God be with you. Lufuno Mavhunga's last words before she died were as follows:
“Please forgive me for offending you; whatever I did to you shouldn't have resulted in you humiliating me and making me a public laughingstock.
People will taunt and laugh at me, so I don't think I'll be able to sit in class and understand. I pray that God will bless you and that you will continue where I left off.
For the sake of my mother, I hope you succeed in life and realize your dreams. My soul is not at rest; it was sent to an early grave by those who thought they knew better than I did. Please don't let my tears go to waste. "Now that I'm gone, I hope you're satisfied."
Lufuno Mavhunga, a 15-year-old classmate, was publicly humiliated and disgraced, according to several sources. Lufuno was beaten and assaulted in a video, and she was made a laughingstock among her classmates for a matter of . This video is now circulating on social media and has gone viral.
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